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Pebble Time Smartwatch for iPhone and Android Devices (Manufacturer-Refurbished) $80 + Free Shipping

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#2
how accurate are these compared to fitbit for the health tracker?
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same question
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Thanks! In for 1. For new signups I got a $10 off code bringing the total to only $69.99! Truly a slick deal!
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how accurate are these compared to fitbit for the health tracker?
They are equally as pointless.
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They are equally as pointless.
Don't think they have a heart rate monitor
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Thanks! In for 1. For new signups I got a $10 off code bringing the total to only $69.99! Truly a slick deal!
Me too. Nice because my first Pebble Time broke two weeks ago and they won't honor the warranty. This is better than nothing.
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Got the one from groupon last week for $90. Haven't even gotten it yet and it's 10 cheaper.
I've had my original pebble for over 3 years now though and I'm due for an upgrade.
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You should really be okay to look for a new watch after the warranty ends, Pebbles are NOT very repairable or reliable.

I'd recommend you keep you money for now as most Android wear watches would fall in price next month after Google I/, now you can use them on iOS too along with replaceable warranty on all except Zenwatch makes this deal completely overrated
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Thought I was getting this for $69.99 but sneakily Groupon added sales tax :\.

Gonna try it out for a week and return it within the 14 day window. Seems like it'd be a better idea to pay $20 more to buy new with AMEX so you get a 2 year warranty (1 year manufacturer, and one year bonus from AMEX).
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#11
There seem to be a lot of sales going on for these watches (amazon, best buy - $20-$30 more but brand new). I wonder what gives?
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#12
I just got one of these (a Pebble Time) a few days ago. I'm using it with an Android device. It's my first smartwatch (and the only one I've ever tried) so take this with a grain of salt, but I really love the functionality. Easily responding to texts/emails by voice without having to get out my phone has been great. I've also enjoyed having the weather and my calendar available at a glance, and the ability to control my podcast player. The last one is especially helpful since I tend to listen to podcasts while washing the dishes and previously I'd have to dry off my hands and unlock my phone just to pause a podcast.

Build quality is about what I expected. Not great, but passable for my needs. The buttons are way too mushy. The screen looks great in bright light. In dim light the viewing angles suffer.

Most importantly: I've found it to be reliable without any annoyances. This really matters as some technology products are great in theory but have hiccups or bugs or usability problems that make them just annoying enough that you don't end up continuing to use them. So far the watch hasn't had any of those for me.
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Quote from J1Simon View Post :
Got the one from groupon last week for $90. Haven't even gotten it yet and it's 10 cheaper.
I've had my original pebble for over 3 years now though and I'm due for an upgrade.
They're on sale now for $80 fyi, refund difference?
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I just got one of these (a Pebble Time) a few days ago. I'm using it with an Android device. It's my first smartwatch (and the only one I've ever tried) so take this with a grain of salt, but I really love the functionality. Easily responding to texts/emails by voice without having to get out my phone has been great. I've also enjoyed having the weather and my calendar available at a glance, and the ability to control my podcast player. The last one is especially helpful since I tend to listen to podcasts while washing the dishes and previously I'd have to dry off my hands and unlock my phone just to pause a podcast.

Build quality is about what I expected. Not great, but passable for my needs. The buttons are way too mushy. The screen looks great in bright light. In dim light the viewing angles suffer.

Most importantly: I've found it to be reliable without any annoyances. This really matters as some technology products are great in theory but have hiccups or bugs or usability problems that make them just annoying enough that you don't end up continuing to use them. So far the watch hasn't had any of those for me.
Good info. Thanks
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#15
Great smart watch with nifty functions. Battery life is ridiculously long. Only thing for me.... Was the looks so I went for the pebble time round which looks like a real watch. Just my preference though.
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